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tin·gle

(ting'gĕl),
To feel a peculiar pricking sensation.
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tingle

(tĭng′gĕl)
A prickling or stinging sensation that may be caused by cold or nerve injury.
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But she showed a glimpse of ability on her stable and handicap debut at Dundalk in November and now looks a different proposition after making a bright start to the new season with a second placing at Cork, splitting the well-backed Jon Ess and the favourite Latchet in an apprentice handicap.
Those behind included Latchet, who won here on her previous start, and Masalai should cope with her again.
Latchet Trainer: Jim Bolger 6th, 7f handicap, Down Royal, September 8 It's the time of year to start trying to find a few who might win at Dundalk over the winter and, despite this filly having only run with some cut in the ground, she could well fit the bill.
"Verily, it would have been a satire on Christianity had Shakespeare meant to represent it in the persons who are enemies of Shylock, and who are hardly worthy to unloose the latchets of his shoes." In numerous permutations and variations, this view has become the standard gravamen in the salvagers' case against the Christians.